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The Complete Edition Bass Method Spiral Bound Guitar Books 1-3 Notes & TAB S168
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The Hal Leonard Bass Method is designed for anyone just learning to play bass. It is based on years of teaching bass students of all ages, and it also reflects some of the best bass teaching ideas from around the world.
This complete 2nd edition by Ed Friedland contains books 1, 2, and 3 bound together in one easy-to-use volume.


Contents:

    The Electric Bass
    The Bass Amp
    Tuning
    Playing Positions Music Symbols
    Right-Hand Technique
    Left-Hand Technique
    Open-String Exercises
    The Rake
    Notes on the E String
    More Notes on the E String
    The Shift
    Notes on the A String
    Repeat Sign
    More Notes on the A String
    The Finger Roll
    Notes on the D String
    More Notes on the D String Three-String Review
    The Octave
    Notes on the G String
    More Notes on the G String
    More Octaves
    Ties
    3/4 Time & The Dotted Half Note
    Rests
    D.C. al Fine
    Eighth Notes
    Eighth Rests
    D.C. al Coda
    Using a Metronome
    The Classic Rhythm
    A Classic Variation
    Third Position
    The Box Shape
    Movable Boxes
    5th Position
    On the G String
    Shift Practice
    On the D String
    On the A String
    Introducing Tablature
    On the E String
    One Finger Per Fret
    The Major Scale
    Key Signatures
    Universal Fingerings
    The Classic Blues Line
    Understanding Bass Lines
    Syncopated Eighth Note
    The Major Triad
    The Minor Scale
    Relative Minor and Major
    Modulation
    Minor Triads
    Eighth Note Triplets
    12/8 Time
    The Shuffle Rhythm
    One and Two-Measure Repeats
    The Chromatic Walkup
    Staccato
    Sixteenth Notes
    Sixteenth Rests
    Funky 16th-Note Syncopation
    Seventh Chords
    Slides
    Minor Pentatonic
    Hammer-Ons & Pull-Offs
    Major Pentatonic
    Playing Off Chord Symbols
    Adding the 5th
    Chromatic Approach
    Scale Approach
    Dominant Approach
    Using Triads to Create Bass Lines
    Locking In to the Groove
    Slap Funk
    The Pop
    Combining Slap and Pop
    The Pressure Roll
    Dead Notes

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The Hal Leonard Bass Method is designed for anyone just learning to play bass. It is based on years of teaching bass students of all ages, and it also reflects some of the best bass teaching ideas from around the world.
This complete 2nd edition by Ed Friedland contains books 1, 2, and 3 bound together in one easy-to-use volume.

Contents:

    The Electric Bass
    The Bass Amp
    Tuning
    Playing Positions Music Symbols
    Right-Hand Technique
    Left-Hand Technique
    Open-String Exercises
    The Rake
    Notes on the E String
    More Notes on the E String
    The Shift
    Notes on the A String
    Repeat Sign
    More Notes on the A String
    The Finger Roll
    Notes on the D String
    More Notes on the D String Three-String Review
    The Octave
    Notes on the G String
    More Notes on the G String
    More Octaves
    Ties
    3/4 Time & The Dotted Half Note
    Rests
    D.C. al Fine
    Eighth Notes
    Eighth Rests
    D.C. al Coda
    Using a Metronome
    The Classic Rhythm
    A Classic Variation
    Third Position
    The Box Shape
    Movable Boxes
    5th Position
    On the G String
    Shift Practice
    On the D String
    On the A String
    Introducing Tablature
    On the E String
    One Finger Per Fret
    The Major Scale
    Key Signatures
    Universal Fingerings
    The Classic Blues Line
    Understanding Bass Lines
    Syncopated Eighth Note
    The Major Triad
    The Minor Scale
    Relative Minor and Major
    Modulation
    Minor Triads
    Eighth Note Triplets
    12/8 Time
    The Shuffle Rhythm
    One and Two-Measure Repeats
    The Chromatic Walkup
    Staccato
    Sixteenth Notes
    Sixteenth Rests
    Funky 16th-Note Syncopation
    Seventh Chords
    Slides
    Minor Pentatonic
    Hammer-Ons & Pull-Offs
    Major Pentatonic
    Playing Off Chord Symbols
    Adding the 5th
    Chromatic Approach
    Scale Approach
    Dominant Approach
    Using Triads to Create Bass Lines
    Locking In to the Groove
    Slap Funk
    The Pop
    Combining Slap and Pop
    The Pressure Roll
    Dead Notes

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